The Outbreak Of Fever Is Not Stopping, Patients Are Increasing

The outbreak of fever is not stopping, patients are increasing
Siddharthnagar. With the changing trend of weather, the number of patients is also increasing. Government hospital or private, there are long queues of patients everywhere. Most of these patients are suffering from fever. Along with prescribing medicine, doctors are not failing to give advice for prevention.
There has been an increase in the number of patients in the Joint District Hospital since a week. In normal days, where five to six hundred pamphlets were cut, now this number has increased from one thousand to one and a half thousand. Every doctor’s room in the hospital is crowded. From 9 am to 3 pm, doctors and patients are seen battling. According to the Shohratgarh representative, the number of patients in the OPD of the Community Health Center has increased four times since the last one week. Doctors Rakesh Maurya and P. Kumar say that the number of patients suffering from fever is high.
Two to three percent patients of typhoid, malaria and diarrhea are being found. Superintendent Dr. Pankaj Verma said that a letter has been written to make ultrasound room, ventilator. The lighting of the x-ray room is bad. The equipment machine is correct. According to Bhanwapur representative, earlier 30-40 patients used to come to PHC Bhanwapur. 60 to 70 patients are coming after the flood. Superintendent Dr Shailendra Mani Ojha said that efforts are being made to provide better health facilities with limited resources due to closure of CHC Sirsia due to floods.

The outbreak of fever is not stopping, patients are increasing

Siddharthnagar. With the changing trend of weather, the number of patients is also increasing. Government hospital or private, there are long queues of patients everywhere. Most of these patients are suffering from fever. Along with prescribing medicine, doctors are not failing to give advice for prevention.

There has been an increase in the number of patients in the Joint District Hospital since a week. In normal days, where five to six hundred pamphlets were cut, now this number has increased from one thousand to one and a half thousand. Every doctor’s room in the hospital is crowded. From 9 am to 3 pm, doctors and patients are seen battling. According to the Shohratgarh representative, the number of patients in the OPD of the Community Health Center has increased four times since the last one week. Doctors Rakesh Maurya and P. Kumar say that the number of patients suffering from fever is high.

Two to three percent patients of typhoid, malaria and diarrhea are being found. Superintendent Dr. Pankaj Verma said that a letter has been written to make ultrasound room, ventilator. The lighting of the x-ray room is bad. The equipment machine is correct. According to Bhanwapur representative, earlier 30-40 patients used to come to PHC Bhanwapur. 60 to 70 patients are coming after the flood. Superintendent Dr Shailendra Mani Ojha said that efforts are being made to provide better health facilities with limited resources due to closure of CHC Sirsia due to floods.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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